Join Hector Dominguez, our open data coordinator, in a conversation about surveillance technologies and the impacts on civil liberties, transparency and creating safe communities for all. This conversation is hosted by Free Geek.
Hector Dominguez, open data coordinator for Smart City PDX, will participate on the Digital Equity panel at the Portland Community Insights Survey Community Data Fellowship Workshop with representatives from Hack Oregon, Make+Think+Code, and the Coalition of Communities of Color.
Inviting all ecologists, data scientists, smart cities policymakers, community advocates, and open source technologists: Join us on January 20, 2019, for the launch of the Make +Think+Code Environmental Stone Soup Project.
Free Geek’s mission is to sustainably reuse technology, enable digital access, and provide education to create a community that empowers people to realize their potential. Hector Dominguez will present the coming City of Portland Privacy and Information Protection Principles. The discussion will also focus on how digital equity organizations like Free Geek can participate in the construction of better data and information practices for all Portlanders.
Hector Dominguez will discuss the coming City of Portland Privacy and Information Protection Principles at the Code For PDX Hack Night.
The City of Portland invites you to a community discussion about our Privacy and Data Protection Rights Initiative.